Businesses are attracting the best talent by creating workplaces that boost innovation with great work experiences. MidCity Office is designed to do just that. MidCity will have over 350,000 SF of newly built Class A Office space that boasts a variety of private, high-focus area and open areas for formal and informal collaboration. Your company has the unique opportunity to locate in a collaborative ecosystem that offers your employees the most exclusive and exciting workplace environment in the city of Huntsville. To attract the most sought-after people, and to get the most productivity out of that talent, organizations must offer choice in the workplace — choice of workspaces, amenities, and options to engage. That’s because choice leads to a feeling of empowerment, which boosts individual performance at work. Explore the advantages that MidCity Office offers.
Recently cited as one of the 12 largest commercial real estate projects in the nation, MidCity is a nationally acclaimed mixed-use district located in the heart of the Tennessee Valley’s high-tech employment center and at the epicenter of the 13-County regional trade area with more than a 1.1 million population. MidCity District is at the center of the University Drive Corridor, at the gateway to Redstone Arsenal and the Cummings Research Park with a combined workforce that exceeds 100,000.
MidCity offers a balanced mix of uses connected by urban plazas, green spaces, and walkable streets adjacent to a 40-acre public park. When completed, the district will include 350,000 square feet of retail, dining, and entertainment space; approximately 350,000 square feet of high-tech Class-A office space; up to 1,400 residential units; and approximately 650 hotel rooms. An 8,500 capacity amphitheater ($55 Million Design) will provide destination travel and daily traffic at MidCity.
To date, the northern side of the Park, Topgolf, High Point Climbing, Dave & Busters, and The Camp are completed and open. Construction of over 100,000 square feet of retail is underway and includes the future sites of REI, Walburger’s, a chef-inspired BBQ restaurant, and more. Additional projects include a 300-unit Class A residential mixed-use development, a 250-unit Class A Independent Living project, two boutique hotels, a “best-in-class” specialty grocer, and 70,000 square feet of additional retail shops and restaurants.